News for Thursday, June 26, 2014

  • H. David Edinger: Canadian law trumps the power of Google — and that’s a good thing. t.co/w16QSii4UW ->
  • 37% of Canadian Justice Department fail phishing awareness test. t.co/rxKgnsQep6 ->
  • Canadian tax info could potentially be accessed by US gov't agencies. t.co/rug9a5zIrf ->
  • Brave old world – Panel reviewing access to information hears praise for life before Bill 29. t.co/Y3jRYFVU1u ->
  • CRTC: National Do Not Call List now permanent. t.co/6xlh7kb01V ->
  • hitchBOT – Privacy invading hitchhiking robot or fun social experiment? t.co/2mIltKdy44 ->
  • Agency cuts amount of time it will retain info on Canadians’ cross-border travel. t.co/lOrdddKbsV ->
  • Ann Cavoukian and Christopher Wolf: Sorry, but there’s no online ‘right to be forgotten’ t.co/NK0MFgyyE5 ->
  • A New Wave of Cheap Consumer Drones Could Test Old Canadian Regulations. t.co/9n6EjA1QX2 ->

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